In the conclusion of a five-volume saga of the Vietnam war, USAF Lieutenant Colonel Court Bannister, Special Forces Colonel Wolf Lochert, and USAF Captain Toby Parker face the ultimate test of their courage and skills. By the author of Rolling Thunder.
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It is five years now since I started my five-book historical fiction war and politics novels. Five years of talking with and interviewing old and new friends, pilots and mechanics, B-52 crewmen, SF NCOs and officers, Thud drivers and intel types, tanker crewmen and test pilots, grunts, staffer, POWs, and many others. We talked and talked and there was an equal amount of tears and laughter. I thank you all so much. We'll have a glass together anytime you can make it.
And special gratitude to Chuck Baldwin, Jack and Kay Bomar, Bill Butterworth, Tom Clancy, Tom Carhart, Dan Cragg, Dodge, Casey Finnegan, Joe Lopez, Jim Monaghan, Neil Nyren, Don Rander, Clyde Sincere, and Tom Wilson. You gave me the right words and encouragement when l needed it most. And special thanks and love to my sons and daughters and grandchildren who gave and still give me unrestricted love.
And special thanks also to the hundreds of you who wrote such marvelous and encouraging letters. I've answered most of them but this last year was very difficult and I still owe a few of you an answer. Bear with me, please.
And to Mary Bess who brought me back. I grieve. Sleep with the angels.
This book is dedicated to the KIA, MIA, and POW aircrew from Air America, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Coast Guard, Continental Air Service, the U.S. Marine Corps, the U.S. Navy, the Royal Australian Air Force, the Royal New Zealand Air Force, and the men of the U.S. Army Special Forces.
Mark Berent's powerful novels of Vietnam have captured unprecedented acclaim. Bestselling author W.E.B. Griffin said, "Berent hits like a thunderclap. He knows his planes and men and battle." Now, in the fifth and final volume of this saga, a daring raid on the Son Tay POW camp ignites a chain reaction that forces Berent's men to examine their strengths, ability, and courage.
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